WildSpring Guest Habitat is a small, ecofriendly resort in Port Orford, overlooking Oregon’s spectacular southern coast. On 5 acres of old Native American grounds, WildSpring offers comfortable luxury in a naturally beautiful environment.
With only five cabin suites built like small stylish homes filled with art and antiques, set in a peaceful, secluded forest of 100-ft trees, WildSpring makes you feel like you’re visiting a private estate.
Relax in the Guest Hall, help yourself to hot chocolate, play a game or just gaze at the ocean on its expansive deck. Immerse in the open-air slate hot tub and enjoy whale-watching by day or the Milky Way at night. Wander the walking labyrinth, the sculpture garden, find a hammock or secluded alcove and take a nap. See if an incabin massage is available.
Make yourself popcorn, choose a movie and retire to your cabin. Sleep to the sound of wind through the trees and wake up to deer outside your window. Plus spa robes, large LCD TV/DVD player (with a free library of over 650 DVDs), CD/iPod stereo, WiFi.
A short walk to an uncrowded beach for agates and driftwood in a lovely small town with art galleries, hiking trails, birdwatching, historical sites and the most westerly lighthouse in the 48 states.
WildSpring is a birding site on the Oregon Coast Birding Trail, a winner of the Governor’s award for Sustainable Travel Leadership, Best Places of the Northwest gave it their highest rating and Editor’s Choice, and it has been recommended twice in the New York Times and USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel & Leisure, and eight times in Sunset Magazine.
Think of it as nature with four stars.